To help children become attached to the mosque, its great to take them to pray in the mosque when possible. But when you’re at home why not try some of these mosque crafts to create your own little masjid! I’m featuring 13 different creative ideas from here at In The Playroom and other bloggers. These ideas are all so fun and a great way to help strengthen your little ones identity as a Muslim – perfect for Ramadan, or all year round. It’s also a fun way to introduce children to the mosque, and the Islamic faith whether they are Muslim or not.
Here are some of the fun ways to make a mosque craft. Click the link below each picture to get the full instructions for each one.
Mosque silhouette pictures (with several printable templates)
If you’re in the South of England, why not visit Shah Jahan mosque – the oldest mosque in the UK
Follow our Ramadan and Arabic kids crafts board for more ideas!
And don’t forget to pin these ideas for later!
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